Connections: Bridging Science and Society
Please join us on April 16th for the 2019 Interdisciplinary Quantitative Biology Student Symposium featuring keynotes by Ed Yong and Carla Shatz. The event will also include a diverse career panel and lightning talks from a variety of disciplines.
No One Has To Listen To This: Why Storytelling Matters in Science
Ed Yong, Science Writer, The Atlantic
Synapses Lost and Found in Development and Alzheimer’s disease
Carla J. Shatz, Bio-X, Stanford University
Register here (Deadline April 1st)!
Applications for the 2019 class are closed!
Interdisciplinary Quantitative (IQ) Biology Graduate Certificate is a program through CU Boulder's BioFrontiers Institute. The certificate is earned in concordance with a PhD from one of CU Boulder's academic departments. Students learn Interdisciplinary Quantitative skills, while also gaining in-depth knowledge of their field through their degree-granting PhD program with one of our eleven partner academic departments.
Through IQ Biology, students learn the essential competencies demonstrated by knowledgeable, and well-rounded researchers who collaborate effectively across disciplines. These competencies are attained through cross-departmental lab rotations, courses, interdisciplinary projects, outreach activities, and science engagement.